Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Los Angeles Convention Center is a convention center in downtown Los Angeles’ southwest. It is known for hosting multiple annual conventions. This is also used for filming movies and local TV shows, such as in Rush Hour’s climactic fight scene and used as Starship Troopers’ spaceport. The Los Angeles Convention Center is a favorite for both locals and tourists as it is a home for major annual events including the Grammy Awards and Emmy Awards. It also hosts the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Anime Expo, the Abilities Expo, and the famous E3 or the Electronic Entertainment Expo. One major and upcoming highlight of this landmark is that it will be hosting the 2028 Summer Olympics for such six sports as the BMX Freestyle, Taekwondo, Fencing, Boxing, women’s Basketball Preliminaries, and Table Tennis.
Visiting Los Angeles Convention Center gives tourists the privilege to have more fun things near the area. Tourists love hanging around the famous Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Men who love playing golf and even golf fanatics of all ages hang around the Royal Vista Golf Club. Museums, parks, and casinos surround the area too. Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is known as the best seller hotel near the landmark with its free cancellation system. The 4.5-star Hotel Figueroa is the top-rated hotel with all the amazing freebies, amenities, and features that its guests can’t truly resist. The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, is the closes hotel for those who have more to do within Los Angeles Convention Center. Long Beach and Newhall are some of the cities nearby.